Speaking to reporters Wednesday, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said the team has ‘no intentions’ to trade quarterback Russell Wilson.
Wilson was involved in multiple trade rumors last offseason, and they’ve picked right back up again headed into this spring.
Trading the 33-year-old would most likely mean the Seahawks franchise will look for a rebuild.
Wilson posted a 6-8 QB record in 2021, throwing for a career-low 3,113 yards, 25 touchdowns, and a low six interceptions.
It seems like the only way Wilson well ultimately get traded is if he forced his hand, which remains to be seen.
Seattle would most likely require multiple first-round picks in order to receive the nine-time Pro Bowler.
Wilson carries a salary cap hit of $37,000,000 heading into the 2022 season from his four-year, $140,000,000 contract he signed in April of 2019.
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